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The Virus Game

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In this game you can say whatever you want, as long as it fits into the rules of what the poster above you has set.

For example

Person 1: "Hi, my name is (Person 1). Person Below speak in all caps."

Person 2: "SUP GUYS, WHAT YOU UP TO? NEXT PERSON SPEAK WITHOUT PUNCUATION"

Person 3: "hello i like to go on UM next person speak with intellectual words"

And so on.

So, you make your post depending on what the person above you has said what style to write, then you tell the next person what style they should write in.

I'll start

The next person should write with appauling spelling.

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sup duds, i thnk th nxt prsn shud right wit smrt leik

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sup duds, i thnk th nxt prsn shud right wit smrt leik

smrt leik ???????????????????????

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smrt leik ???????????????????????

Yes. "smart like". Please get back to the game.

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sup duds, i thnk th nxt prsn shud right wit smrt leik

A perfection of means, and confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem.

Next person should type sentences backwards......

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.daetsni delbmarcs drow hcae etirw dluohs uoy ebyaM ?uoy ot esnes ekam siht seoD

Does this make sense to you? Maybe you should write each word scrambled instead.

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